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    Lido Palace, Lake Garda Review

    Viale Carducci, 10 38066, Lake Garda, Italy
    Lido Palace Review
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: Lake Garda, Italy, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £650 per night

    Lido Palace, Riva del Garda, boast quite the spectacular location. Situated on the banks of the lake, this hotel originates back to 1899. One hundred and fifteen years later, Lido Palace offers 43 rooms and suites, as well as two restaurants and a beautifully created spa. We had heard excellent things about this hotel and could not wait to check it out...

    One of the things that intrigued us most about Lido Palace is the park area that the hotel boasts. When developing the resort, the investors’ aim was to not only create a beautiful hotel, but also to regenerate the area, but building a park and stunning garden areas. The park itself has a total surface area of 41000 square feet, offering a wealth of beautiful plants and vegetation. Lido Palace’s beauty truly does extend past its impressive facade.

    “Modern luxury, beautiful outside space and excellent attention to detail”

    Upon arrival, we were warmly greeted and efficiently checked in. We were shown to our Executive Junior Suite, which is located on the top floor of the building. The best thing about being so high up is, of course, the view, and this room has been designed to truly make the most of the hotel’s gorgeous location. Floor to ceiling windows really showcase the view to its utmost potential, and provide the room with floods of natural light. The suit itself is spacious - accommodating 60 square meters – yet is made to seem much bigger, by becoming almost an extension of the outdoors.

    The suite also offers all the latest technology, with climate control and a satellite LCD television. Offering a living area, complete with sofa and armchair, this suite gives you the ultimate opportunity for relaxation. The king size bed is gorgeously comfortable, and the Corian bathroom features a deep European soaking tub and separate rainforest shower. The steam resistant mirrors in the bathroom offer that extra luxury detail to an already luxurious space.

    But there was one thing about the suites that really stole our hearts, and that came in the form our own private balcony complete with table and chairs; where we were really able to make the most of the stunning surroundings.

    When you visit, if you’re able to tear yourself away from your room, Lido Palace also offers a wonderful spa. Encompassing values of nature, time, and silence, this spa really does offer true relaxation. The treatments are Lido Palace’s speciality, so it’s most certainly worth booking in for at least one during your stay.

    Lido Palace’s two restaurants are also worth a visit. Tremani and Il Re Della Busa is where you’ll find Michelin-starred Executive Chef Giuseppe Sestito, featuring exquisite sea food.

    R32;If you are ever looking to explore this beautiful part of the world, then we cannot recommend Lido Palace highly enough as a great choice for accommodation. Its location is reason enough, but that combined with modern luxury, beautiful outside space and excellent attention to detail, really does make for a special experience. We will certainly look to return.

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